Bernard Hall, Cuddington
Bernard Hall, Cuddington
By Haddenham Webteam - 28th July 2016 6:35am
The summer holidays can be a bit of a challenge for parents and guardians looking to entertain their youngsters.
We have offered a range of options here
One additional option can also be factored into the mix. For the seventh year running there are going to be free activities for children every Thursday in Aylesbury town centre.
They include a mobile farm, a ninja warrior assault course, magic shows, tree top trails, go-karts, a carousel and even free donkey rides.
Taking place in either Market Square or Kingsbury, they give parents the opportunity to enjoy the range of cafes and restaurants in Aylesbury town centre, alongside the shopping centres and independent shops while the children have some fun.
'Aylesbury Thursdays' aim to give children the opportunity to experience a range of free activities throughout this summer, including a mobile farm, a ninja warrior assault course, award winning magic shows and tree top trails. In addition, you'll also find go-karts, a carousel and even free donkey rides in the town centre throughout the week to keep the little ones happy.
Today's entertainment (Thursday 28th July) is a magic show, In Market Square at 11.30am, 12.30pm &1.30pmyou can catch zany Colonel Custard as he conjures up three award winning magic shows.
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